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For Crown and Kingdom
     

For Crown and Kingdom

by Robert E. Vardeman
 

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Even on a pleasure ship crowded with a cargo of gorgeous concubines, Lijena Farleigh stands out as the most beauteous. In her possession is the magical Sword of Kwerin Bloodhawk, a blade that can free or enslave an entire continent. Her goal is simple. Deliver the blade to Prince Felrad so he can triumph against the usurper Zarek Yannis. To do so will require using

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Even on a pleasure ship crowded with a cargo of gorgeous concubines, Lijena Farleigh stands out as the most beauteous. In her possession is the magical Sword of Kwerin Bloodhawk, a blade that can free or enslave an entire continent. Her goal is simple. Deliver the blade to Prince Felrad so he can triumph against the usurper Zarek Yannis. To do so will require using her every wile.

With the sword, Felrad might be invincible--but he must defeat not only a human army but also a demonic one led by the Faceless Ones--fiery hell riders each the match for a hundred soldiers.

Felrad. Yannis. One will live and one will die--and by Lijena's hand fate is sealed.

FOR CROWN AND KINGDOM chronicles daring, desperate battles between good and evil with the fate of a kingdom in the balance.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012537973
Publisher:
Cenotaph Corporation
Publication date:
10/22/2010
Series:
Swords of Raemllyn , #6
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
784 KB

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Meet the Author

Robert E. Vardeman is the author of more than one hundred novels in the fantasy, science fiction, mystery and high tech thriller genres. In addition to the novels, he has written more than two score of highly acclaimed short stories.

Geo. W. Proctor was the awards-nominated author of science fiction, fantasy and western novels. Among his work include two V books, V:Chicago Conversion and V:The Texas Run. Before his untimely death in 2008, he was adjunct profession at the University of Texas, Arlington.

For more information see the author website www.cenotaphroad.com

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